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January 29, 1968 | Garry Valk
It was only a question of time, once Judge Roy Hofheinz opened his Houston pleasure dome, before basketball would be the attraction and the place would be packed. Now (page 16) we know how many people—even in the...
February 12, 1968
NO DEFRAUDSirs:Frank Deford is either the world's greatest writer or the world's biggest fraud. As I sat reading his story on my old buddy Bill Currie (The Mouth of the South, Jan. 29), I had the strange feeling that...
March 11, 1968
Previewing the NCAA basketball tournament—once assumed to be a formality—has acquired added interest since Houston beat UCLA. Joe Jares assesses early-round regionals.
March 25, 1968
Really No. 1 is the basketball team that wins the NCAA tournament in Los Angeles. Joe Jares, Curry Kirkpatrick and a group of photographers describe how the winner did it.
October 28, 1968 | Garry Valk
That self-portrait of an artist doing a self-portrait of an artist (below) is from the Princeton, N.J. studio of Robert J. Velde, a fellow we turn to frequently when an especially amusing article needs especially...